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Ronnie On The Radio (2CD)

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The Ronnie Wood Radio Show was first broadcast on April 9, 2010. The show, which goes out on Absolute Radio from Monday to Thursday, repeated Friday, is repeated again on Saturday on Absolute’s sister station, Classic Rock. To use Ronnie’s own words, “[He] opens his little cage once a week for an hour”, playing his personal favourite tracks, often by artists he has worked with. The shows also feature many of Ronnie’s great rock ‘n’ roll stories prompted by the tunes he plays and you can even hear the seasoned rocker strumming his guitar in the studio in-between tracks. The shows are billed as “The soundtrack to Ronnie Wood’s rock ’n’ roll life” and for this edition of “Ronnie On The Radio” we have chosen 50 rock ’n’ roll era tunes from the first 50 shows. The Ronnie Wood Radio Show has been a great success for our poacher turned gamekeeper– a success that culminated in Wood being named 2011 Music Radio Personality of the Year at the Sony Radio Academy Awards.

Disc 1:

1. Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On – Jerry Lee Lewis (Williams) 2. I’m a King Bee – Slim Harpo (Moore)  3. Money Honey – Clyde McPhatter (Stone) 4. Shimmy, Shimmy Ko-Ko Bop – Little Anthony & The Imperials (Smith) 5. Careless Love – Bessie Smith (Trad. Arr andy  Williams  Koenig)  6. Solitude – Billie Holiday (EllingtonDe LangeMills)  7. Reet Petite – Jackie Wilson (GordyCarlo)  8. C’mon Everybody – Eddie Cochran (CapehartCochran)  9. Splish Splash – Bobby Darin (DarinMurray)  10. Gone Fishing – Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong (KennedyKennedy) 11. Let The Good Times Roll – Shirley and Lee (Lee)  12. The Sky Is Crying – Elmore James (JamesLewisLevy)  13. Flyin’ Saucers Rock ’n’ Roll – Billy Riley & His Little Green Men (Scott)  14. Rip It Up – Little Richard (BlackwellMarascalco)  15. Spoonful – Howlin’ Wolf (Dixon)  16. Money (That’s What I Want) Barrett Strong (BradfordGordy)  17. Honey Don’t – Carl Perkins (Perkins)  18. Big Boss Man – Jimmy Reed (DixonSmith)  19. Drinkin’ Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee – Stick McGee (McGheeWilliams)  20. Guitar Boogie – Arthur Smith and his Crackerjacks (Smith)  21. Bad Boy – Eddie Taylor (Taylor)  22. Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly (AllisonPettyHolly)  23. Rocket 88 – Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats (Brenston)  24. Jail Bait – Andre Williams (WilliamsBrown)  25. Belleville – Django Reinhardt (Reinhardt)

Disc 2:

1.Work With Me, Annie – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters (Ballard)  2. You Send Me – Sam Cooke (Cooke)  3. At The Hop – Danny and the Juniors (SingerMedoraWhite)  4. Say Man – Bo Diddley (McDaniel)  5. Young Blood – The Coasters (LeiberStollerPomus)  6. Flamingo – Earl Bostic (GrouyaAnderson)  7. Dimples – John Lee Hooker (HookerBracken)  8. Juke – Little Walter (Jacobs)  9. Walking By Myself – Jimmy Rogers (Rogers)  10. What Am I Living For? – Chuck Willis (HarrisJay)  11. The Great Pretender – The Platters (Ram)  12. Lotta Lovin’ – Gene Vincent (Bedwell)  13. Lonely Avenue – Ray Charles (Pomus)  14. Honey Hush – Big Joe Turner (Turner)  15. House Rent Boogie – John Lee Hooker (Hooker)  16. Dinah – Louis Armstrong (AkstLewisYoung)  17. Crackin’ Up – Bo Diddley (McDaniel)  18. It’s a Sin To Tell a Lie – Fats Waller (Mayhew)  19. Mannish Boy – Muddy Waters (McDanielLondonMorganfield)  20. Buona Sera – Louis Prima (De RoseSigmanWeingarten)  21. Honey Love – Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters (McPhatterWexler)  22. The Things That I Used To Do – Guitar Slim (Jones)  23. Milk Cow Blues Boogie – Elvis Presley (Arnold)  24. You Can’t Catch Me – Chuck Berry (Berry)  25. Wake Up Little Susie – The Everly Brothers (BryantBryant)

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